Analog pressure gauge SOLFRUNT® 1929diaphragmprocessfor vacuum

analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
analog pressure gauge
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Characteristics

Display
analog
Technology
diaphragm
Applications
process, for vacuum, for water
Other characteristics
threaded, stainless steel, brass, low-pressure, adjustable, aluminum
Pressure

Min.: 0 psi

Max.: 10 psi

Description

The SOLFRUNT 1929 low pressure process gauge has 316L SST wetted parts, including a diaghragm capsule for measruring very low inches of water pressure, from vacuum to 30” H2O through 0 to 200” H2O. The PET case is a solid front design for safety protection, with accuarcy of ± 1% of span (Grade 1A). Dials are avialbe in inches of H2O or psi, or metric versions. The Model 1929 pressure gauge is available in the low mount ¼” or ½” NPT process connection. The pointer is knife edge to allow for precious readings of the pressure. Gauge Size: 4 ½" Accuracy: ± (1 % FS) Size: 4½" (114mm) Wetted Parts: 316 Stainless Steel Ranges: Vacuum - 60 to 0 "H2O VAC (counterclockwise rotation) Compound - 60 "H2O VAC to 60 "H2O Pressure - 0 to 10 psi WINDOW: High temperature acrylic; laminated shatter-resistant glass option available, part number G038312 MOVEMENT: Heavy brass U-frame construction with nickel silver rocker arm on stainless steel pivots. Brass sector and nickel silver pinion operate on brass bearings. Minimum and maximum stops prevent segment and pinion disengagement DIAL: Aluminum with white background and black markingsPOINTER: Knife-edged, micrometer adjustable, black finish CASE AND RING:For Stem or Wall Mounting:PET turret case (black) with glass-filled, threaded, polypropylene ring and plastic pressure-relieving back CONNECTION: 316L stainless steel; 1/2-14 ANPT standard (1/4-18 ANPT optional)
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